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Ghetto

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Justin Reggie Samuel Clark (born October 11, 1984), better known by his stage name Ghetts (previously Ghetto), is a veteran Grime MC coming from Plaistow E13 in the borough of Newham, East London. He is a founding member of The Movement, a crew he formed after leaving F.A.G Crew due to being disillusioned with the fall-outs occurring amongst the members and is now regarded as one of the premier MC's in the Grime scene. He is now focusing on his own solo career Read more on Last.fm
Justin Reggie Samuel Clark (born October 11, 1984), better known by his stage name Ghetts (previously Ghetto), is a veteran Grime MC coming from Plaistow E13 in the borough of Newham, East London. He is a founding member of The Movement, a crew he formed after leaving F.A.G Crew due to being disillusioned with the fall-outs occurring amongst the members and is now regarded as one of the premier MC's in the Grime scene. He is now focusing on his own solo career, releasing three mixtapes in the past 3 years and is currently completing his highly anticipated debut album, rumoured to be in stores for summer 2009. Growing up in a Christian househould, he was influenced heavily by listening to gospel and jazz music. He didn't perform well at school and starting at age 16 he was in and out of prison for robberies and several car offences. According to an interview in 2006, the origins of his nickname was from his actions as a youth which were classed as "ghetto".

In September 2007 the video for 'Top 3 Selected' from the album Ghetto Gospel was aired on Channel U. He has also featured on videos with Kano, The Streets, and Professor Green. In September 2008, Ghetts released a video for his single Sing 4 Me (produced by Rude Kid). This was then followed by two further videos, one for Don't Phone Me (feat.

Griminal and produced by Nocturnal), and the second for a remix to Sing For Me (produced by Rude Kid), which was first aired end of 2008/beginning of 2009. “I’m not that ‘Ghetto’ person anymore,” Ghetts proclaims about his name change from his previous street moniker. “I’ve grown out of it.” At 24 years of age, Justin Clarke is finally maturing into the artist he has always strived to be; or ‘Grime star’ as he puts it. From Justin to Ghetto to Ghetts, the east London native has seen the lows of being behind bars to the highs of sell out concerts all in a short space of time; the sum of which have contributed to the well rounded individual who is ready to embark on the next stage of his promising career. 2.

Ghetto was an Amiga Demoscene musician from Germany, a member of several demogroups, including Alpha Flight, DOC, Level Four, and others. He was seemingly active from the late 1980s to early 1990s, and also went by the handles LCD, ShadowLight, and SHL. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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